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The Alumni Association of the University of Buffalo was established in 1926 and began a quarterly publication for graduates of all divisions of the university. This was the first publication for alumni issued by the university. The Alumni News of University of Buffalo was followed by University of Buffalo News, University of Buffalo Alumni Council Bulletin, and University of Buffalo Alumni Bulletin communicated news about the university and its alumni from 1926 until the private University of Buffalo merged into the State University of New York.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
This collection contains general history files on University at Buffalo Athletics, from 1970-1985. Collected materials include sports schedules, press releases, sports statistics, etc. The bulk of this collection is from 1970-1980.Topics: Sports, UB History
Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to campus unrest at the University at Buffalo in 1970. Volume 1 consists of Buffalo Courier Express clippings, dated February 26 to April 15, 1970. Volume 2 contains Buffalo Evening News clippings, February 26 to April 16, 1970. Topics include Buffalo police on campus, ROTC protests, establishment of experimental colleges, and Acting President Dr. Peter F. Regan.Topics: Campus Unrest
This database provides access to finding aids for institutional and manuscript collections in the University Archives. Finding aids include information on the contents of a collection such as size, arrangement, and an inventory of materials.
Note: The database does not represent all archival collections; additional collections are described in the University Libraries Catalog.Topics: University History Resources
University Archives maintains files on many UB faculty, staff, and others associated with the university. Materials contained in each file varies, but can include portraits, clippings, obituaries, publications, and/or curriculum vitae.Topics: UB People, Photographs, University History Resources
Mechanical art and layouts for the Reporter, UB's publication for faculty and staff, from the 1970s and 1980s.Topics: Publications
The State University of New York at Buffalo Salary Roster is available for inspection in the University Archives during regular business hours (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
The Salary Roster is compiled by the UB Department of Human Resource Services and updated annually, late in the calendar year.
Salaries are included for all state salaried positions including graduate and teaching assistants (GAs and TAs). Non-State funded positions and student assistants are not included.
The Salary Roster is arranged alphabetically by employee name. Appointment type and department affiliation are provided.
Photocopying of the Salary Roster is not permitted.
Salary information is not provided over the telephone or via e-mail inquiry.Topics: University History Resources
This collection covers the early years of University at Buffalo athletics. The collection will continue to grow in phases and will eventually encompass all UB intercollegiate sports teams (both men’s and women’s) from their beginnings to the present day.Topics: Sports, University History Resources, Digital Collections
Copies of UB Today article on campus unrest at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1970 and artifacts and written recollections provided by alumni who were students at the university during the period of unrest.Topics: Campus Unrest
Print and digital copies of UB Today, alumni magazine of the University at Buffalo.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
Materials related to the UB 2020 strategic planning process.Topics: Education History
Oral histories of Georgia Burnette, Gwendolyn Greene, Thelma Hardiman, Eva Noles, Garnet Hicks Wallace conducted by Peggy Brook-Bertram and Barbara Seals Nevergold of the Uncrowned Queens Institute for Research and Education on Women, IncTopics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY, Oral History
This collection contains records and materials used in preparation and implementation of the General Education Program and the UB Curriculum.Topics: Education History
Division of Undergraduate Education records, from 1969-1979. Included in this collection are records on Latin Honors, Academic Planning, and other various administrative records and reports.Topics: Education History
The Undergraduate Research Council is a special committee of the Student Association which funds undergraduate research projects. Records of grant recipients; may include applications; budgets; correspondence; and research reports.Topics: Student Life
A collection of boxed items, including china, silver, brass. Some items from the Capen, Lockwood, and Hochstetter estates.Topics: University History Resources
The University Archives Oral History collection contains taped interviews with members of the University at Buffalo community, and the paper records associated with each interview. Those interviewed include administrators, alumni, faculty, staff, and UB Council members. Although covering some 25 years, the bulk of the collection consists of interviews conducted in 1978-1979. The interviews offer a wide range of topics and offers personal insight into University history by those that lived it. A majority of the interviews were conducted by part-time University Archives staff members Jenny Peterzell and Brenda Shelton. Other interviewers include then Head Archivist Shonnie Finnegan and Josephine Capuana.Topics: Audio/Visual collections, Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, Oral History, Digital Collections
A portion of the University Communications Photo Database is maintained by University Archives. Currently, photographs from 1980 to 2008 are available to search and download for personal, research use only.Topics: Photographs
This collection consists of records of the University at Buffalo Council. Including, information on council members, council committees, commissions, policies and other council matters.Topics: University History Resources
This collection contains memorabilia, artifacts, and various materials related to the University at Buffalo, exclusive of student life.Topics: Ephemera
An artificial collection created for miscellaneous oversize documents not associated with a university record, faculty paper, or manuscript collection, or with other ephemera or artifacts collections. Diplomas are not part of this artificial collection.Topics: Ephemera
Three Chancellor's medals presented between 1925 and 1951.Topics: University History Resources
Collection of mugs commemorating activities and events at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: Ephemera
University Ephemera, Artifacts, and Iconography, Diplomas Other than University of Buffalo, Certificates, circa 1895-1962
This collection contains diplomas from institutions other than University of Buffalo and certificates that were awarded from the University of Buffalo.Topics: Ephemera
Silver medallion and chain created for the President of the University at Buffalo.Topics: University History Resources
Materials concerning campus unrest during the 1960s and 1970s, particularly surrounding the Vietnam War.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources, Ephemera
Correspondence, reports, contracts, clippings, brochures and other documentation relating to the University of Buffalo during the time of World War II, including information on war service opportunities from the American Council on Education; the Army, Air Force, and Navy at UB; housing of troops at colleges; and an honor roll of University alumni killed in the war.Topics: University History Resources, Buffalo and WNY History, Student Life
Examinations from the University of the State of New York. Includes history, geography, math, bookkeeping, botany, civics, and physiology.Topics: Education History, Student Life
Subject files of UB's department of University Relations, circa 1963-1985.Topics: University History Resources
Reports and memos regarding Upward Bound and College Bound, precursors to the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). UB's EOP program was one of the first in the nation.
College Bound began as a pilot project in Summer, 1965 to assist educationally and economically disadvantaged students transition to college. A companion program, Upward Bound, which began in Fall 1966, sought to identify area high school students for mentorship in education. Upward Bound students were invited to campus, and assigned tutors to assist each student with school work, personal problems, and plans for the future.
Topics: Education History